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  1. I so loved both of your books and thought the voice actor for The Soldier’s Scoundrel was one of my favorite, ever. Will Gary Furlong also be doing the Audible version of The Lawrence Browne Affair? Any idea when that will be released? Thanks so much!


      1. Well, please accept my vote for Gary Furlong! I will be sure to purchase the Audible version when released. You’re my favorite new author. 🙂

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  2. Hey, Cat! I’m not usually one for historical romances (in fact, I avoid them like the plague) but when I say that I fell in love with your two books at first read, then believe me, they are simply FABULOUS! I can’t wait for your next novel – I heard that it is supposed to be Molly’s story? And a f/f romance, is it? As a huge supporter (and fan) of LGBTQ romances, I wish you all the very best at turning your next novel into a much-loved best-seller as well. Good luck! 🙂


    1. Hi Chanuri! I’m so glad you’ve been enjoying my books!! The next novel in the series is called The Ruin of the Rake, and it’s the story of Courtenay and Julian Medlock (Standish’s brother), both of whom you meet in Lawrence Browne. It’s true that I’m working on Molly’s story, which will be novella-length and f/f, and will be available…when I finish editing it, haha.


  3. Cat,
    Thanks for these two wonderful stories. I’ve just started reading the Lawrence Browne Affair and I’m sure I’ll enjoy as much as I did A Soldier’s Scoundrel -and is really looking forward to Ruin of a Rake in July.

    While there are lots of historical mm stories being published, there still aren’t as much as the traditional m/f. I feel I have already read every e-format mm historical ever published because I find myself scrounging on every e-book seller’s site that I know of to find the latest to read. Lately -nothing.

    Saying all of that to say, please continue to write historical mm as much as you can. You are now on my growing list of fave historical mm writers.

    Happy and prosperous writing always.


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